The neck is dressed with an absolutely gorgeous 5A museum grade birdseye maple.  The frets are 100 mm wide and 50mm tall.  They are in between a 6100 and 6150, what they used to call "jumbo" in the early 80's.  It is a fat-neck, similar in size to a 1951 Fender Nocaster.   It has that nice, beefy feel. 


The body was cujstom painted with laquer pigment and Behlen Nitro Gloss.  The hardware is all gold plated, including the locking Gotoh tuners that are 1:21 ratio. This stabilizes the whole tuning mechanism.  The pickups are MVG Tele pickups.  The neck pickup is metered at 7.7K and the bridge pickup is metered at 8.1K.  These give you that bitey, belly, crispy, tele sound that I just love. 

57' Chevy Pickup Inspired

  • Condition

    Brand new



    Body Category

    Solid Wood/Poplar

    Body Shape

    Tele Style

    Body Finish

    Lacquer Paint & Behlen Nitro Gloss Finish


    MVG Pickups

    Tuning Machines

    Gotoh / 510 Delta Series, Gold / 22:1 Ratio

    Neck Wood

    5A Birdseye / 3 coats of Nitro

    Neck Shape

    Medium C

    Fret board Radius

    10 Degree

    Scale Length

    25 ½”

    Truss Rod

    Dual Action/Located at Heel

    Heel Width

    2 3/16” (56mm)

    # of Frets

    21 Jumbo

    Fret Size Width

    Width 1.0” (2.54 mm)


    .05: (1.27mm)